Sensus Aero, a new-gen software solution for the aviation industry, has signed a contract with SIA Gulfstream Oil Ltd., a Latvian fuelling company. Under the 6-year-long agreement, Sensus Aero will provide into-plane fuelling software solutions to optimise the company’s operations at Riga International Airport.
From its wide portfolio of available software modules, Sensus Aero will provide an into-plane fuelling module that ensures linear aircraft fuel system operations for both managers and drivers. Additionally, a fuelling storage management module will grant the company instant access to data and enable situational control of fuel storage and registries. Moreover, the GSE management module will allow full control of all equipment while monitoring its usage and technical health.
Renata Šumskaitė, CEO at Sensus Aero, shared: “In the ever-growing pursuit of operational efficiency and optimisation, businesses are increasingly turning to intelligent software solutions to enhance their operations. We are excited to partner with SIA Gulfstream Oil, as our team is fully prepared to take charge of the implementation and change management process. Our goal is to ensure a seamless integration, setting the stage for their success. This partnership serves as a testament to the immense value our software solution offers to the industry. By leveraging innovation and expertise, we are dedicated to addressing our client’s unique needs and challenges.”
The fuelling management modules will allow for improved operational efficiency, cost savings, safety and compliance, environmental sustainability, and data-driven decision-making.
Egija Vilka, Executive Director at SIA Gulfstream Oil, commented, “We are looking forward to taking a significant move towards fuelling digitalisation in collaboration with Sensus Aero. Despite being a small company, we fully recognise the importance of optimisation, and this progressive move is a pivotal step towards expanding our volumes and enhancing business efficiency. We trust that the mutual exchange of ideas and industry know-how will be beneficial to both companies.”